Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Mikado
July 28-31, 2011
Bill Theisen, director
William LaRue Jones, conductor
Three little maids from school, a hilariously pompous government official, a wandering minstrel and a Lord High Executioner… just some of the hilariously absurd characters in Gilbert & Sullivan’s most famous operetta, The Mikado. Set in the fictional Japanese town of Titipu, The Mikado is a tale of the beautiful school girl Yum-Yum, who is engaged to be married to Ko-Ko, the tailor-turned-Lord High Executioner, despite her love for the romantic, wandering minstrel, Nanki-Poo. Will these two young lovers find their happily-ever-after . . . or will heads roll? The merriment of Gilbert & Sullivan is sure to amuse and delight audiences of all ages!
$10 Youth (17 & Under)
$5 Students (must present a student ID)